Blackboard Joins Mooc Market After Pandaemonium Has Died Down
It's been a month since Blackboard announced plans to offer a dedicated, purpose-built platform to house massive open online courses for any of its clients. The news sent ripples through the online education world and threatened less-established education startups, such as Udacity, Coursera and edX, all of which offer the opportunity for educators to create MOOC-type products.
So far, dozens of Blackboard's more than 37,000 worldwide clients have joined on—a respectable number, but not so...
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